Win a Sony PSP Slim

10:05 12 November 2012

Win a Sony PSP Slim

Win a Sony PSP Slim

Archant

Enjoy all your favourite Playstation games on the move with this fantastic Sony PSP Slim games console. Redesigned from the original, this new version is 33% lighter and 19% thinner and comes with a video-out port, meaning you can watch your PSP content on your home tv.

With classic games available like FIFA 12, Lego Harry Potter, Little Big Planet and many more, you’ll have the perfect accompaniment to any journey or commute. All in the palm of your hand.

This prize draw closes on Friday, 30 November 2012 Terms and Conditions

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